Critical Thinking Skills Teaching Language through Literature

Subhash ., Madhavi Sharma, Menka Bhasin, Avinash Rajkumar


As teachers who should train and motivate their children, teaching languages has become a demanding task. The ability to grasp a language is essential in today's world since languages is a strong tool of communication. Most of us will not concentrate on the languages used in the literature section since our minds are preoccupied with grammar. This has caused both the instructor and the pupils to disregard the literature component of language learning and instead focus solely on the grammar component. The motivation for including literary works into language education is to suggest that current efforts to incorporate literary work into language instruction undoubtedly increase students' serious thinking in such a way that they may easily grasp a specific language. This paper explains that Learning literary work in a classroom not only teaches students about a tale but also teaches them about how languages are formed and how that structure affects meaning. A literary work allows a pupil to see the languages of real-life situations. They absorb linguistics components' thoughts, ideas, and experiences, which provide realistic touches and assist them in holistically learning languages. It has also been discovered that incorporating literary works into the teaching knowledge process can help students improve their micro-and macro-linguistic abilities for future growth.

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World Journal of English Language
ISSN 1925-0703(Print)  ISSN 1925-0711(Online)

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